Violence is a key factor in the quest to satisfy Donald and Cassandra's sexual needs, until Donald comes to his senses, risking the life and love he once knew.
It takes a body to go cold before the bedroom heats up.
Did You Know?
The original script had Donald and Charm (later renamed to Cassandra) purposely caused car accidents, which would turn the characters on. Rosete felt it was too much like David Cronenberg
(1996), so he re-wrote the screenplay to get off on crime scene violence instead. See more